Comparative Study on a Solving Model and Algorithm for a Flush Air Data Sensing System
AbstractWith the development of high-performance aircraft, precise air data are necessary to complete challenging tasks such as flight maneuvering with large angles of attack and high speed. As a result, the flush air data sensing system (FADS) was developed to satisfy the stricter control demands. In this paper, comparative stuides on the solving model and algorithm for FADS are conducted. First, the basic principles of FADS are given to elucidate the nonlinear relations between the inputs and the outputs. Then, several different solving models and algorithms of FADS are provided to compute the air data, including the angle of attck, sideslip angle, dynamic pressure and static pressure. Afterwards, the evaluation criteria of the resulting models and algorithms are discussed to satisfy the real design demands. Futhermore, a simulation using these algorithms is performed to identify the properites of the distinct models and algorithms such as the measuring precision and real-time features. The advantages of these models and algorithms corresponding to the different flight conditions are also analyzed, furthermore, some suggestions on their engineering applications are proposed to help future research. View Full-Text
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Liu, Y.; Xiao, D.; Lu, Y. Comparative Study on a Solving Model and Algorithm for a Flush Air Data Sensing System. Sensors 2014, 14, 9210-9226.
Liu Y, Xiao D, Lu Y. Comparative Study on a Solving Model and Algorithm for a Flush Air Data Sensing System. Sensors. 2014; 14(5):9210-9226.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Yanbin; Xiao, Dibo; Lu, Yuping. 2014. "Comparative Study on a Solving Model and Algorithm for a Flush Air Data Sensing System." Sensors 14, no. 5: 9210-9226.